CivicSpark is a Governor's Initiative AmeriCorps program dedicated to building capacity for Local Governments to address climate change, water, and land-use needs. CivicSpark is recruiting 68 fellows (48 Climate Action Fellows and 20 Water Action Fellows) for the 2016-17 Service Year.
All applicants will be considered for the CivicSpark Climate Action Fellowship. If you are interested in being considered for the CivicSpark Water Action Fellowship as well, please check the box below and answer the additional dropdown and short essay questions that will appear as Section 3B. Please click here to learn more about the two fellowship tracks.
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This section asks for basic contact and educational background information as well as references contact information
Please upload your resume focusing on relevant experience (pdf preferred; please save your resume with your last name. For example, ‘Smith_Resume’)
Please provide your contact information
Please provide information on your undergraduate education and graduate (if applicable)
Please list two references who can speak to your experience with environmental and climate change science, your work ethic, or your experience with community service.
This section asks about your experience and interests relative to CivicSpark
Relative to your peers, please rank your top 3 skills in order.
Relative to your peers, please rank the areas you have the most knowledge of or experience in (Sector Experience)
Please list the three program areas you are most interested in working in (program interest)
This section asks for short essay responses on key topics about your background and interests relative to this program.
This section asks you to please provide some information about your background.
This section asks specific questions related to the Water Action Fellowship distinct from the more general CivicSpark Climate Action Fellowship Please see website for additional information on this
This section asks you to confirm your understanding of key program requirements